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Times of India
A good show by director Anchehalli Shivakumar who has selected the concept of live-in relationship, its merits and demerits.
With a good script and neat narration, director Anchehalli Shivakumar has chosen a different subject of live-in relationship. He has given it a sentimental touch to bring out both sides of the concept. The sequences are rich, though a couple of songs are unnecessarily placed, disturbing the flow of the story.
The story revolves around Prem (Nithin), who has a live-in relationship with Sanjana (Shraddha Das). Their life is disturbed when a guest Nandini (Radhika Gandhi) enters their apartment. Prem faces many embarrassing situations which result in differences cropping up between him and Sanjana.
Finally, Sanjana goes away from him to lead a life with Rahul (Neenasam Sathish), a TV anchorperson who comes to know of her live-in relationship with Prem. He produces a programme with clippings from their personal life, which disturbs Sanjana. Prem decides to marry Nandini who had come to stay for a couple of days with him as she had a problem with her brother-in-law at her village. But the problem is mishandled by Prem which upsets Nandini who goes away from him to marry another person in the village. What is the turning point in the story?
Nithin is perfect as a hero and has done an excellent job. Shraddha Das is quite impressive as live-in partner of Nithin. Radhika Gandhi shines as an innocent girl. Pooja Gandhi makes a brief appearance in a dance sequence. Music by Rajesh Ramanathan has some catchy tunes. Camera by T Venkatesh is eye-catching.